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Smallest DA .22 revolver?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by BigBlock, Sep 14, 2008.

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  1. BigBlock

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    I've always wanted one of those NAA mini revolvers, but they're just too small to be more than a novelty. Who makes the smallest double action .22? I'd kill for an SP101 in .22 with a 4" barrel, but obviously they don't make those anymore....:cuss:
     
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    Look at Taurus ... In .22 Mag.
     
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    I think the smallest .22 Revolver in current production is the S&W M317. It sports a 1 7/8" barrel and weighs only 10.5 oz...

    BigBlock,
    Charter Arms makes a 4" .22 Mag revolver, it's their 4" Pathfinder.
     
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    The M317 is really the only option from today's crop of guns. If you're willing to look at used, check out the H&R models - really affordable little guns. I also like my S&W 22/32 Kit Gun - if you look hard you can probably find a used one in good shape for around $350.
     
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    The S&W 317 is the way to go ......very light weight and a better d/a trigger than the Taurus.
     
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    This one cost $85 online. They don't make them anymore but they are available. It's a US Revolver Co. seven shot, .22LR model. It works perfectly and isn't a total slouch w/Aguila Super Maximums. I mean, it'll do in a pinch, right?

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